Amy focuses on helping companies turn technologies into profits. With experience in both corporate strategic planning and technology development, she has led major engagements to help clients tie technologies to customer needs and profitable business models. She frequently publishes articles on innovation topics including metrics for innovation and bringing innovation to the front lines.
Prior to joining Strategos, Amy was a Director of Corporate Strategy at AT&T. Her work there focused on developing approaches and processes to re-evaluate the core economic, technical, and customer drivers of the communications industry. Amy founded AT&T’s Opportunity Discovery Department, a group dedicated to bringing new tools and insights to AT&T’s strategy processes and to strengthening external points of view through external and internal networks. Her group introduced Scenario Planning to AT&T and led major strategy projects across all of the company’s businesses.
Prior to working in corporate strategy, Amy was a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff at Bell Labs working on semiconductor manufacturing processes and new materials for the communications industry.
Amy holds a PhD in chemistry from the University of Minnesota and a BA from Dartmouth. She has authored over 75 technical articles in the fields of semiconductor processing, optical materials, materials science, and analytical chemistry. She is also a founder of MentorNet, an online mentoring program for women in science and engineering. Amy resides in New Jersey.